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A survivor from Warsaw [electronic resource] : op. 46 /
Schoenberg. Katyń ; Krakow concerto / Van de Vate. Dies irae / Penderecki.
imprint
Vienna, Austria : Vienna Modern Masters, p1992.
description
1 online resource (1 sound file).
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imprint
Vienna, Austria : Vienna Modern Masters, p1992.
publisher #
VMM3015
restrictions
Licensed for access by U. of T. users.
contents note
A Survivor from Warsaw, Op. 46 / Arnold Schoenberg ; Arnold Schoenberg (Daniel Olbrychski, narrator ; Szymon Kawalla, conductor ; Polish Radio and Television Orchestra ; Krakow Polish Radio Chorus) -- Katyn / Nancy Van de Vate (Szymon Kawalla, conductor ; Polish Radio and Television Orchestra ; Krakow Polish Radio Chorus) -- Krakow Concerto / Nancy Van de Vate (Szymon Kawalla, conductor ; Polish Radio and Television Orchestra) -- Dies irae / Krzysztof Penderecki ; Aeschylus (Leonard Andrzej Mroz, bass ; Olga Szwajgier, soprano ; Zygmunt Jankowski, tenor ; Szymon Kawalla, conductor ; Polish Radio and Television Orchestra ; Krakow Polish Radio Chorus).
general note
Subtitle to the 4th work on container: Oratorium ob memoriam in pernicei castris in Óswiecim necatorum inextinguiblem reddendam = In memory of the victims of Auschwitz.
The 1st work a cantata for narrator, male chorus, and orchestra; the 2nd work for chorus and orchestra; the 3rd work for percussion ensemble (6 players) and orchestra; the 4th work an oratorio.
performer
Daniel Olbrychski, narrator (1st work) ; Olga Szwajgier, soprano, Zygmunt Jankowski, tenor, Leonard Mroz, bass (4th work) ; Polish Radio and TV Symphony Orchestra and Chorus of Krakow ; Szymon Kawalla, conductor.
language note
The 1st work spoken in English and German and sung in Hebrew; 2nd work sung in Latin and Polish; 4th work sung in Latin and Greek.
catalogue key
9799685
date/place of event
Recorded in Philharmonic Hall, Krakow, Nov. 29-Dec. 3, 1989.

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